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The Clan Campbell Collection of Highland Bagpipe MusicThe Clan Campbell Collection of Highland Bagpipe Music
£15.95

Volume 1 - Marches & The Piobaireachd Clan Campbell's Gathering
Compiled by Pipe Major Bruce Campbell
Tunes with a history to Clan Campbell
Includes notes on some of the composers
The How to Manual Learn to Play The Great Highland Bagpipe The How to Manual Learn to Play The Great Highland Bagpipe
£26.95

The "How To" manual is a simple, easy-to-follow, unique method for learning to play the Great Highland Bagpipe that provides a progressive program for Beginners.; Learn the scale from the top down; Th... More...
A Collection of Modern and Traditional Music for the Highland Bagpipes by Derek BoyceA Collection of Modern and Traditional Music for the Highland Bagpipes by Derek Boyce
£15.95

A collection of 65 Tunes from Derek Boyce with contributions from composers including William Garrett, Kenny Moan, Christy Russell, Elaine Brinklow and Colin Magee.
P/M Donald MacLeod - Book 1P/M Donald MacLeod - Book 1
£10.95

Donald MacLeod, MBE, was born in Stornoway, on Lewis, in the Scottish Hebridean Islands in 1916. He became a piper for the Seaforth Highlanders in 1937, reaching the level of pipe major after only fou... More...
The Royal PipersThe Royal Pipers
£6.95

Balmoral Castle * The Balmoral Highlanders * Prince Charles' March. Queen Victoria's love of the Highlands is well known, less well known is the appointment of Angus MacKay, the first superstar of the... More...
P/M Donald MacLeod - Book 4P/M Donald MacLeod - Book 4
£10.95

Donald MacLeod, MBE, was born in Stornoway, on Lewis, in the Scottish Hebridean Islands in 1916. He became a piper for the Seaforth Highlanders in 1937, reaching the level of pipe major after only fou... More...
Murray Blair - Philharmonic Murray Blair - Philharmonic
£14.95

Music for the bagpipes by Murray Blair, and a few from Mark Saul, Ian Lyons, Brian Lamond, David McInerney, and some arrangements of tradional tunes